As promised, with summer on the doorstep, one last look back at springtime in Holland last April.
After we visited Keukenhof, we decided to drive around in the immediate surroundings and see if we could find any flower fields blooming.
And we could! As in Keukenhof, the flowers that were blooming abundantly on the fields were the Hyacinths.
The scent those fields were spreading was amazing.
We found fields full of Daffodils as well.
Most of the fields with tulips we found were only just beginning to show some colour.
These fields with double tulips in different colours must have looked amazing in full bloom.
But here's a bright red field of tulips we did see in full bloom.
Imagine how many tulip bulbs must have been planted here.
It is such a pretty view isn't it?
Hope you enjoyed this Holland series of pictures.
Next time I hope to show you some pictures
of the roses in my container garden.
I have a question about that for all you rose lovers and connoisseurs.
There are two of my roses that look completely healthy,
with beautiful green leaves, normal size and everything,
but they just don't bloom and haven't formed any flower buds sofar.
What is wrong? I treat them the same way as my other roses.
Any ideas are more than welcome.
I have been thinking of cutting them back but is that a good idea?
Or should I just keep feeding them and wait?
Thanks in advance for your advice!
Have a lovely weekend all!